Proper use of names, by they for towns or for characters, is tackled in the latest issue of RoleplayingTips.com. There
The gods of Wingnut have smiled upon us again. Here’s a taste of what you’ll be getting in the upcoming
First Ren and Stimpy, now obscure Kids in the Hall references… someday, I will get 1992 out of my system.
Precedence Studios has announced their new worldwide agreement to develop and publish Tyranny Games’ Sack Armies. The upcoming collectible wargame
Greysea LLC, the most recent publisher of the innovative Ace of Aces and Lost Worlds combat picture book games, recently
There’s so much happening with D&D 3 and the D20 System, I’ll try to round up most of the news
Whyyyy didn’t you believe me?! Just because that sad little “More to come!” has been sitting over in the Reviews
Nightshift Games has posted an entertaining eight page pdf preview of the Supermegatopia RPG. The anime game may be mature
The next supplement for Atlas Games’ Feng Shui RPG has shipped to distributors and should be on your local game
Cavemen are coming out for the spring thaw over at Wingnut Games. The Complete Caveman’s Club Book is being printed
Doug Herring at Mystic Eye Games let us know about the latest pair of nasty creatures available on their site.
Andrew Chapman, the author of several classic Fighting Fantasy adventures (including Space Assassin and Seas of Blood), has just electronically
A few more tidbits for ya as a birthday gift (my birthday, not yours). Enjoy. 🙂 In an interview over
Green Ronin has posted the cover art for Hell in Freeport. The 64-page adventure will be for character levels 8-11,
In a surprising announcement, Don Perrin of Sovereign Press revealed plans to redo the Sovereign Stone RPG using the D20